Go Green

BlueStream Aquaponics by Chris Chipatiso

If you’re looking for a farm that’s different from the rest, you might want to check out Bluestream Aquaponics Farm.
This indoor farm is a green paradise, where microgreens and aquaponic vegetables grow together in a perfect balance at
Angel Yard.
Microgreens are tiny plants that are picked when they’re only a few inches high, while aquaponic vegetables are grown in a system that mixes
fish farming and hydroponics. They help each other out, making both the plants and the fish happy, as well as the planet
and the people who eat them. Bluestream Aquaponics Farm was started in 2021 by Chris Chipatiso, an urban farmer who loves to grow healthy, tasty, and local food for everyone. The farm grows 20 kinds of microgreens and over 6 kinds of aquaponic vegetables, using eco-friendly and organic ways that save water, energy, and space. Their produce is fresh, nutritious, and yummy, and you can use it in salads, sandwiches, smoothies, soups, and more.
You can buy their products at local farmers markets, online, restaurants, hotels, cafes or through a delivery service that comes to you. You can also find out more about their amazing farming methods and the benefits of microgreens and aquaponic vegetables by joining their workshops for the community, schools, the elderly and corporations

Crunchy Winter Salad
Wash and dry a handful of microgreens of your choice (such as kale, arugula, beet,
radish, etc.)

  • In a small bowl, whisk together 2
    tablespoons of olive oil, 1 tablespoon of
    lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste
  • Drizzle the dressing over the
    microgreens and toss gently to coat
  • Top with some crumbled feta cheese,
    toasted nuts or seeds, and fresh berries if
  • Enjoy your refreshing and healthy salad!